January 15th, 2016
Episode 235 of 294 episodes
IGN's Nintendoshow returns! Join host Jose Otero, Peer Schnieder, and Brian Altano for a fun episode, as the crew discusses: IGN’s Best of 2015 Awards Splatoon won best shooter and best competitive multiplayer Super Mario Maker won Best Wii U game Zelda: Tri Force Heroes won Best 3DS game Why Splatoon Should’ve Been IGN’s Wii U Game of the Year If NX is a 2016 Product, Nintendo Needs to Start Talking About ItNow 2016 could be a big year for... Zelda (30th Anniversary) Nintendo has three Zelda-related projects on the books. Hyrule Warriors Legends, Zelda: Twilight Princess HD, Zelda Wii U First two new details dropped yesterday (max rupees count is higher and less tears to collect) based on Famitsu’s four pages of coverage. Amazon France claims Zelda; Twilight Princess HD will have the following features: Hero Mode (duh) Wii U GamePad will be used to manage the player’s inventory in real-time Link, Toon Link, Zelda, and Sheik amiibo, when activated, replenish hearts or arrows Wolf Link amiibo is set to unlock a new dungeon, which loosely translates as “The Cave of Twilight.” **This could be big** Reminder: This amiibo is tied to new Zelda. Metroid(30th Anniversary) This week, Metroid Zero Mission is finally released on VC. Question from Erik Osborne: "Even though I’ve been a big Nintendo fan for a long time, I've oddly never played a Metroid game outside of a few minutes here and there. I've been thinking of playing through the series due to there not being a lot of games. Would you recommend playing it in order of release, or chronological order story-wise? Thanks, love the podcast." Will Metroid Prime: Federation Force return? Will Samus return in 2016? Pokemon (20th Anniversary) Japan is getting Four Poke-themed 2DS bundles US and EUR are getting special New 3DS and 2DS bundles respectively
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